Visitor Attractions

Energy Now Expo 2015 is the event to attend to benefit from cutting edge, up to date information shared by key renewable energy industry experts. The two-day event returns tothe Telford International Centre, Shropshire on 11 & 12 February 2015 and is the onlyrenewable energy event organised exclusively for the agricultural and rural sectors.

Attractions at the 2015 event will include:

  • two-day multi-streamed conference,where keynote presentations will be followed by panel debates on wind, hydro, solar, biomass, biogas, heat pumps, energy crops, finance & planning. Please find the full conference programme for both days below.

  • An exhibition of more than 160 product/service suppliers representing the renewables market. The current list of exhibitors can be viewed here. 

  • A grid connection workshop, providing participants with the opportunity to discuss grid connection issues with experts and understand the the processes, time scales and possible constraints involved. Companies taking part include Ofgem, Western Power Distribution and the National Grid.

  • A renewables advice clinic, in which a team of experts will be on hand to discuss visitor’s projects or ideas on a one to one basis. CLICK HERE to find out which experts will be answering your queries

  • A dedicated DECC RHI zone, manned by DECC and Ofgem, on hand to answer questions on RHI policy and implementation, and providing information on biomass sustainability

  • Energy Now Expo is organising a charity tractor and trailer fund-raising drive for Forage Aid. The drive will begin at Sedgemoor and finish in Telford at the Expo on February 11th, stopping at renewable schemes and companies on the way to collect donations. Find out more...

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Feedback from previous visitors and exhibitors

I want to thank you for staging such a great event last week. I found the conference to be very informative with many great speakers – all of whom added a great deal to the event.

Craig Jones